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Question 1: In ________ in the late 14th century, there was a political and religious movement known as Lollardy.
EnglandScotlandWalesUnited Kingdom

Question 2: Consubstantiation is a theological doctrine that (like transubstantiation) attempts to describe the nature of the ________ Eucharist in concrete metaphysical terms.
Christian denominationChristianityEcumenismBaptist

Question 3: In literature the conflict between consubstantiation and transubstantiation was satirically described in ________'s Gulliver's Travels as war between Lilliput and Blefuscu.
Drapier's LettersJohn ArbuthnotPoetryJonathan Swift

Question 4: Lollardy survived up until the time of the ________.
Ecumenical councilProtestant ReformationEnglish ReformationElizabethan Religious Settlement

Question 5: It holds that during the sacrament, the fundamental "substance" of the body and blood of ________ are present alongside the substance of the bread and wine, which remain present.
ChristJesusNew TestamentGospel

Question 6: The doctrine of consubstantiation, advocated by the medieval scholastic theologian ________,[1] is erroneously identified as the eucharistic doctrine of Martin Luther[2], who defined his doctrine as the sacramental union.
Peter AbelardDuns ScotusThomas AquinasAlbertus Magnus

Question 7: ________
Transubstantiation
Transignification
Sacramental Union
Memorialism
Consubstantiation
Impanation
Consecration
Words of Institution
Anglican Eucharistic theologyReal PresenceEucharistic theologyEucharist

Question 8: Theologies contrasted
Eucharist (Catholic Church)
________
Eucharist (Lutheran Church)
CatholicismAnglicanismBishopAnglican Eucharistic theology

Question 9: The doctrine of consubstantiation is often held in contrast to the doctrine of ________.
Summorum PontificumCatholic ChurchTransubstantiationRoman Catholic theology







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